The 10 Most Iconic Wedding Gowns In History

Wedding Dress:

Designed by Helen Rose, this dress featured a high neckline, long sleeves, and a full skirt. It has since become one of the most famous wedding.

Diana's Wedding Dress:

Designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, Princess Diana's dress featured a 25-foot train, puffed sleeves, and a fitted bodic

Kennedy's Wedding Dress:

Designed by Ann Lowe, this dress featured a bouffant skirt, portrait neckline, and fitted bodice, embodying the elegance of the era.

Middleton's Wedding Dress:

Designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, Kate Middleton's dress featured lace sleeves, a fitted bodice, and a full skirt.

Wedding Dress:

Marilyn Monroe's dress, worn when she married Joe DiMaggio, was a fitted sheath dress with a high neckline and three-quarter-length sleeves.

Hepburn's Wedding:

Designed by Pierre Balmain, Audrey Hepburn's dress was a tea-length design with a high neckline, three-quarter-length sleeves, and a full skirt,

Clooney's Wedding:

Designed by Oscar de la Renta, Amal Clooney's dress featured a fitted bodice, off-the-shoulder neckline, and full skirt, exuding classic glamour.

Taylor's Wedding:

Designed by Helen Rose, Elizabeth Taylor's dress featured a fitted bodice, full skirt, and a veil attached to a pearl-encrusted Juliet cap,

Stefani's Wedding:

Designed by John Galliano for Dior, Gwen Stefani's dress featured a pink ombre skirt, fitted bodice, and a long veil, reflecting her unique sense of style.

Wedding Dress:

Queen Victoria's dress, made of white satin and lace, set the trend for white wedding dresses, symbolizing purity and innocence.


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